Safe sex: Facebook is a good way to promote condom use to teenagers

How Facebook could prevent you from catching an STD Young people who 'Liked' a sexual health advice site were more likely to use condoms than those who didn't Facebook 'a good way to help prevent sexually transmitted infections' | UPDATED: 14:50 GMT, 10 October 2012 Young people who received sexual advice from Facebook were more likely to use condoms If you worry about spending hours on Facebook, then relax – it could be good for your health.

Main Street in the 40s: Rare colour photographs capture the cafes, general stores and corner shops that were the heartbeat of small town America

The way it was: Rare colour photographs of Main Street in the 1940s capture the cafes, general stores and corner shops that were the heartbeat of small town America . A nostalgic collection of photographs has offered a fascinating glimpse of the American Main Street in the early 1940s.

Is not joining Facebook a sign you’re a psychopath? Some employers and psychologists say it’s “suspicious”

Is not joining Facebook a sign you”re a psychopath Some employers and psychologists say staying away from social media is “suspicious”. Facebook has become such a pervasive force in modern society that increasing numbers of employers, and even some psychologists, believe people who aren”t on social networking sites are “suspicious.”

Man who abandoned polygamist Mormon cult finds kitten encased in concrete in back yard “as threat from sect leaders”

Warren Jeffs” cult accused of sending kitten BURIED ALIVE in concrete to threaten man who deserted polygamous sect. A man who found a kitten encased in concrete at his home fears it was sent as a threat from a polygamist Mormon sect.

Just weeks after 17-day Hawaii holiday Michelle Obama takes daughters on ski trip to Aspen

Well it has been a whole month! Just weeks after 17-day Hawaii vacation Michelle hits the slopes with daughters on Aspen ski trip With the economy on its knees, many American families have had to forgo their annual holiday just to make ends meet.

Tired toddlers "at risk of lifelong mental health problems"

Toddlers who miss out on afternoon naps 'at risk of lifelong mental health problems' Nap time: Toddlers need to sleep during the day to help them cope with the stresses of daily life Toddlers who miss out on afternoon naps are more stressed, unhappy and at greater risk of lifelong mental health problems, new research claims. Findings reveal that young kids who miss just one daytime nap become more anxious and less interested in the world around them. They were also less excited by happy events and found the slightest stressful event hard to cope with.